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June 20, 2013, 11:21:11 PM
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June 20, 2013, 11:26:58 PM
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Lol Matthew...I wish it were that easy!

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June 21, 2013, 12:04:10 AM
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anybody know a pathologist?  I need help identifying the types of tissues present on a histopathology slide:
http://www.uofr.net/~bcg/img.jpg

This is a sacrococcygeal teratoma and should have two or three embryonic layers present.  The slides are ultra-low resolution (but it's what I got), and I can't for the life of me identify any of the tissues (I need to annotate the slides). 

Med students, you're closer to this stuff than I...BTC0.2 bounty if you beat me to it (I'm gonna keep working on it as I presume it is hopeless). 

At this rez I can't tell much...my friend says:
all i can tell is its a cystic skin lesion
you see epidermis at the bottom, then dermis
then there is a lined cavity, and some subq
you need to see the cell type along the cyst wall

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June 21, 2013, 12:56:00 AM
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anybody know a pathologist?  I need help identifying the types of tissues present on a histopathology slide:


This is a sacrococcygeal teratoma and should have two or three embryonic layers present.  The slides are ultra-low resolution (but it's what I got), and I can't for the life of me identify any of the tissues (I need to annotate the slides).  

Med students, you're closer to this stuff than I...BTC0.2 bounty if you beat me to it (I'm gonna keep working on it as I presume it is hopeless).  

At this rez I can't tell much...my friend says:
all i can tell is its a cystic skin lesion
you see epidermis at the bottom, then dermis
then there is a lined cavity, and some subq
you need to see the cell type along the cyst wall

Ask your friend if its possible (_possible_, not probable or definite) that this specimen contains cartilage...

I see what I think are a few blue islands...that could be cartilage...there is supposed to be cartilage here...

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June 21, 2013, 01:36:53 AM
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anybody know a pathologist?  I need help identifying the types of tissues present on a histopathology slide:
http://www.uofr.net/~bcg/img.jpg

This is a sacrococcygeal teratoma and should have two or three embryonic layers present.  The slides are ultra-low resolution (but it's what I got), and I can't for the life of me identify any of the tissues (I need to annotate the slides).  

Med students, you're closer to this stuff than I...BTC0.2 bounty if you beat me to it (I'm gonna keep working on it as I presume it is hopeless).  

At this rez I can't tell much...my friend says:
all i can tell is its a cystic skin lesion
you see epidermis at the bottom, then dermis
then there is a lined cavity, and some subq
you need to see the cell type along the cyst wall

Ask your friend if its possible (_possible_, not probable or definite) that this specimen contains cartilage...

I see what I think are a few blue islands...that could be cartilage...there is supposed to be cartilage here...

We can't tell at this level of mag :\
You don't have this in scope software where you can zoom and screenshot?

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June 21, 2013, 01:52:45 AM
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anybody know a pathologist?  I need help identifying the types of tissues present on a histopathology slide:
http://www.uofr.net/~bcg/img.jpg

This is a sacrococcygeal teratoma and should have two or three embryonic layers present.  The slides are ultra-low resolution (but it's what I got), and I can't for the life of me identify any of the tissues (I need to annotate the slides).  

Med students, you're closer to this stuff than I...BTC0.2 bounty if you beat me to it (I'm gonna keep working on it as I presume it is hopeless).  

At this rez I can't tell much...my friend says:
all i can tell is its a cystic skin lesion
you see epidermis at the bottom, then dermis
then there is a lined cavity, and some subq
you need to see the cell type along the cyst wall

Ask your friend if its possible (_possible_, not probable or definite) that this specimen contains cartilage...

I see what I think are a few blue islands...that could be cartilage...there is supposed to be cartilage here...

We can't tell at this level of mag :\
You don't have this in scope software where you can zoom and screenshot?

but:
"so i'd say that triangle at the deep edge of the biopsy beside the subQ fat is very possibly cartilage"

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June 21, 2013, 03:05:28 AM
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Is the address in your sig a good one to use?

anybody know a pathologist?  I need help identifying the types of tissues present on a histopathology slide:


This is a sacrococcygeal teratoma and should have two or three embryonic layers present.  The slides are ultra-low resolution (but it's what I got), and I can't for the life of me identify any of the tissues (I need to annotate the slides).  

Med students, you're closer to this stuff than I...BTC0.2 bounty if you beat me to it (I'm gonna keep working on it as I presume it is hopeless).  

At this rez I can't tell much...my friend says:
all i can tell is its a cystic skin lesion
you see epidermis at the bottom, then dermis
then there is a lined cavity, and some subq
you need to see the cell type along the cyst wall

Ask your friend if its possible (_possible_, not probable or definite) that this specimen contains cartilage...

I see what I think are a few blue islands...that could be cartilage...there is supposed to be cartilage here...

We can't tell at this level of mag :\
You don't have this in scope software where you can zoom and screenshot?

but:
"so i'd say that triangle at the deep edge of the biopsy beside the subQ fat is very possibly cartilage"

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June 21, 2013, 03:34:00 AM
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I'll presume it is.

Sent.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DyBBYUKbzeEsgi63XES1bwzS9SYn3aGda

Zero fee. Confirmed with 3 block delay (about 31 minutes). Not ideal but certainly not bad for being free.

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June 21, 2013, 01:32:35 PM
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I'll presume it is.

Sent.

https://blockchain.info/address/1DyBBYUKbzeEsgi63XES1bwzS9SYn3aGda

Zero fee. Confirmed with 3 block delay (about 31 minutes). Not ideal but certainly not bad for being free.

Thanks, I'm passing it on! Have a good day!

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June 25, 2013, 05:23:44 AM
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Proof that consults worth paying for don't have to be doctor-patient based...

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July 04, 2013, 06:18:56 PM
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I am offering small bounties for the first psychiatric and CBT sessions performed over the net for bitcoin. This seems like an important neglected area.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=250065

I have put together a small preliminary website noted in my sig for BTC physician-patient services. More features will be rolled out as the volume of physicians accepting bitcoin goes up.

Anyone have any other ideas regarding how to push for more physicians and patients using bitcoins in general?

Thank you for any suggestions.

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October 25, 2013, 01:41:11 AM
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Saw this site: http://coinmd.org posted on Bitcoin subreddit. They seem to offering medical advice from doctors for Bitcoin.
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